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Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by AutoReportNG: 3:46pm On Mar 17
Ever since the fire broke out at the Olusosun dumping site at the 7up bus stop and the fire service have tried to curtail the fire despite people within that area losing millions to the fire, the visibility of that road has dropped drastically to almost zero! Driving through that route one has to be smart and very watchful else it will be an accident story. These are some of the pictures showing the zero visibility of the area, this is calling on all security and health personnel, LASTMA, LRU, and lots more to swing into action.


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http://www.autoreportng.com/2018/03/zero-visibility-at-toll7up-road-case.html


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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by AutoReportNG: 3:46pm On Mar 17
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by nifemi25(m): 3:50pm On Mar 17
I'm sure all LRU would have been on standby

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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by Amirullaha(m): 3:53pm On Mar 17
Gbege
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by King4Roller: 3:54pm On Mar 17
Na to pary for rain be the next thing.
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by trouper9(m): 3:54pm On Mar 17
I hope the government will find something to do now

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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by philipstanley(m): 3:54pm On Mar 17
OK
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by EverestdeBliu(m): 3:55pm On Mar 17
Eya, I pity Brighton...tonight Manchester will make innocent Brighton pay for their Champions League crash out. Over 4.5 la sure

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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by madgoat(m): 3:55pm On Mar 17
Thats not zero visibility abeg undecided
Headlamps on will simply show ur presence

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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by cecymiammy(f): 3:56pm On Mar 17
God save your children...I pass through that route every damn day

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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by Jh0wsef(m): 3:57pm On Mar 17
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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by NwanyiAwkaetiti(f): 4:00pm On Mar 17
Air pollution...
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by Pavore9: 4:00pm On Mar 17
I knew that dumpsite is a disaster waiting to happen as I plied that route months back.
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by aku626(m): 4:01pm On Mar 17
5-10% visibility is good enough exaggeration. 0% ke when you’re not blind
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by kingzjay(m): 4:03pm On Mar 17
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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by chuksjuve(m): 4:04pm On Mar 17
The question is:
How did they allow the fire to escalate to such extent..

This fire incident of a thing is not adding up ..

Looks suspicious

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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by kingzjay(m): 4:05pm On Mar 17
Pollution of the highest order... In Nigeria, such fumes are vaccines.


Argue with yourself

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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by NaijaMutant(f): 4:05pm On Mar 17
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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by miqos02(m): 4:11pm On Mar 17
hmm
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by Cyberknight: 4:14pm On Mar 17
Passed through there an hour ago. It's as bad as the poster says. The wind was changing so the direction of the smoke was too. Drove through a section of road with hazard lights on and at an extremely reduced speed, with visibility severely limited.

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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by Ttipsy(m): 4:15pm On Mar 17
united Nations over to you
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by damola1: 4:18pm On Mar 17
Thank you op

I no go near there
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by adedayourt(m): 4:18pm On Mar 17
Den in the other lost showing ambode visiting the site. Der was a 101% visibility

Probly op's pic was taking at the time d first broke out, and not a permanent thing
Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by hajidel: 4:30pm On Mar 17
Whats the problem? What do you want the road authority to do? Fog is there can be found anywhere. Just on your foglight and low beams and we drive safe and slow.

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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by APCHaram: 4:31pm On Mar 17
A city that can't handle their own waste, is that one a city?

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Re: Zero Visibility At Toll/7up Road, A Case For Serious Concern by Adebowhales(m): 4:38pm On Mar 17
cecymiammy:
God save your children...I pass through that route every damn day
Is today also a 'damn' day?

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